Graphomotor Skills

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Graphomotor Skills

"WHAT ARE GRAPHOMOTOR SKILLS?" Graphomotor Skills are a combination of cognitive, perceptual and motor skills which enable a person to write. A child with Graphomotor problems will find writing...

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Writing Wrongs: Treating Graphomotor Problems

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Graphomotor Skills - North Shore Pediatric Therapy

There is a developmental sequence of graphomotor skills and as children develop, their scribbling and picture drawing evolves into handwriting.